Resolving Chronic Post-Whiplash Headaches and Plantar Fasciitis
There is nothing worse than suffering from chronic headaches and then have to endure chronic plantar fasciitis as an added bonus. This was the case for Patricia Hartman. In 2015 Patricia was in a motor vehicle accident and left with chronic migraine headaches, which no healthcare professional was able to resolve. All the high tech MRIs, blood tests, and examinations could not uncover Patricia’s underlying cause for her chronic pain. In addition, in 2019 she developed plantar fasciitis in her left foot. Again no resolution was forthcoming from medicine’s gold standard of science based technology.
Patricia’s recent appointment in June 2020 focused on evaluation of her chronic whiplash related headaches. From my 50 plus years of clinical practice, I have observed that such MVA trauma results in a reversal of cranial motion. There are a handful of practitioners worldwide who have any clue regarding this issue. Patricia was examined and her findings revealed a reversed skull motion. A comprehensive cranial adjustment was performed, which resulted in her five years of migraines immediately disappearing. In a follow-up visit she presented additional chief complaints of right shoulder pain plus a history of suffering a year long bout of plantar fasciitis. I suggested that I do Qigong Matrix, which is based on an ancient Chinese form of acupuncture (without needles) to resolve her chronic pain. Patricia agreed and she was tested to determine the “matrix” points on her head which related to the pain patterns she was experiencing. A special infrared laser was used to stimulate the points relating to her pain. Immediately following treatment, Patricia keep walking around and stretching her foot in an attempt to elicit her pain. To her surprise her pain was totally gone. Modern medicine offers incredible surgical technology but lacks the sophistication of embracing ancient wisdom, which has proven itself for over 5,000 years.
The previous case studies have been presented to open people’s minds to the many clinically proven non-invasive technologies that are available but are unknown to most medical practitioners. It behooves patients to investigate alternatives before embarking on the use of toxic drugs and/or surgical steel solutions.
Dr. Gerald H. Smith, DNM, DDS